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Boeing's first crewed Starliner spaceflight slips to April 2023

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Boeing's first Starliner capsule mission carrying humans has slipped from February to April 2023. Company working with NASA to fix lingering technical issues from the spacecraft's last uncrewed test flight, NASA says. Boeing Starliner will carry astronauts into space in the 2030s.
Published 3 months ago · Arlington, United States

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Boeing's first crewed Starliner spaceflight slips to April 2023

WASHINGTON - Boeing's first Starliner capsule mission carrying humans has slipped from February to April 2023 as the company works with NASA to fix lingering technical issues from the spacecraft's last uncrewed test flight, the U.S. space agency said Thursday. (Reporting by Joey Roulette)

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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NASA: First manned flight of Boeing Starliner delayed until April

Boeing has suffered a series of setbacks that significantly delayed its program, including a failed test flight in 2019.

3 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Boeing Starliner's First Crewed Flight Pushed Back to April 2023

3 months ago·United States
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Boeing targets April 2023 crewed Starliner spacecraft flight

A crewed flight on Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft has now been pushed back to April 2023.

3 months ago·Orlando, United States
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Boeing's First Starliner Capsule Flight Carrying Humans Slips From February To April 2023 - Boeing (NYSE:BA)

- Reuters Citing Nasa, Boeing Statements

3 months ago·New York, United States
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First manned flight of Boeing Starliner delayed until April

The first manned flight of Boeing's Starliner space capsule has been postponed again, and is now scheduled for April, NASA announced Thursday.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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